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Title ESSAI : the College of DuPage anthology of academic writing across the curriculum. Vol. XIII, 2014-2015 / editorial board: Brian Blevins, Franz Burnier, Richard Jarman, Keith Krasemann, Sarah Magin, Lynda Randa, Ben Whisenhunt

Publication Info. Glen Ellyn, Illinois : College of DuPage, [2015]
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Description ix, 136 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and cumulative index of student authors
Contents The F-word: do we still need feminism in 2016? / Brittany Anderson -- Biotechnical uses of spider silk / Omar Bashqawi -- Mexican influence shaping present culture in Chicago and modeling patterns for the future / Odette Benitez -- Mountaintop removal: is it worth the cost of "life and limb" in Appalachia? / Amelia Boggs -- Failure of the American volunteer military / Sage Cicero -- Holding other's hands up high / Hayley Dantona -- Package from Marjane Satrapi / Kevin Dwyer -- Controversy surrounding cheap energy / Naresh Ganduri -- Evidence of interbreeding between Homo sapiens and Neanderthals in Melanesia / Karen Goto -- Undeniable cost / Valentina Guarino -- Effect of mycorrhizae on seed germination, development, and reproductive yield of Rapid Gro Radish / Valeria Gutowski -- Antibiotics-- society's hidden epidemic / Danielle Johansen -- Bartleby the Marxist / Laura Kaczmarczyk -- Safe and secure / Nathan Kiehn -- Chicago airmail history: McGirr and Waterman Airports / Helen Knight -- Capital from carnage: an analysis of the military-industrial complex / Kelly Krebaum -- Stalin's relentless drive to industrialize agriculture / Teresa Krone -- Walking a thin line: pro-eating disorder websites and their damaging effects / Colleen Lynch -- Solar energy: a renewable resource with global importance / Amanda Manton -- Prisons are the new black / Paolo Mazza -- Savagery of it all / Antonio Mendez -- Youth, sexuality, and the cost of archaic modes of thinking / Seraphina Nelson -- The Captain's Daughter and the dual relationship of dueling and honor in historical times of Europe / Sarah O'Connor -- Outside the wire / Michael Orsay -- Cheap energy / Sumera Patel -- Acute effects of tetracycline on Lemna minor and Daphnia pulex / Rico Pelaez -- Cultivating environmental stewardship in the suburbs / Parker Rechsteiner -- Palmieri mourns in public / Philip Reyes -- No does not mean no anymore / Lindsey Roussel -- No drill, no spill: the truth about fracking / Christine Sampson -- Legacy of Emiliano Zapata / Kotryna Staputyte -- Dubliners class discussion on male-female relationships / Meghan Wonderling
Subject College students' writings, American -- Illinois -- Glen Ellyn.
Report writing.
College prose.
Creative writing.
English language -- Rhetoric.
Added Author Jarman, Richard, editor.
Krasemann, Keith W., editor.
Blevins, Brian, editor.
Burnier, Franz, editor.
Magin, Sarah, editor.
Randa, Lynda, editor.
Whisenhunt, William Benton, editor.
College of DuPage, issuing body.
Added Title Anthology of academic writing across the curriculum
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